Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Bishop Richard Pates of the Diocese of Des Moines has ordered a local Catholic Worker House to cease celebrating Mass on its premises “for the time being” after allowing a woman “priest”, ordained by a dissident Catholic group, to say Mass in the facility.
NFL fullback Evan Rodriquez and his wife, Olivia, are refusing to abort their first child who doctors say will be born with a rare and deadly birth defect, and are instead leaving the child’s fate in God’s hands.
The cause for sainthood has taken another step forward for an Italian-born member of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati who achieved notoriety for facing-down the infamous gunslinger, Billy the Kid, during her work among the native American and immigrant population of the West during the late nineteenth century.
Police are frantically searching for the disgruntled employee of a Roanoke, Virginia news station who gunned down a reporter along with a cameraman, leaving both dead and the station and community in shock.
A UK court has decided that the critically ill baby of parents who both suffer from learning disabilities can be denied life-saving treatment even though serious questions are being raised about whether the child’s parents fully understand what they supposedly agreed to allow.
As promised, the Center for Medical Progress has released an eighth video featuring a dinner meeting with executives from StemExpress, LLC, a major buyer of fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood, and undercover investigators in which they discuss the procurement and sale of intact fetuses for profit.
In a soon-to-be released video by The Center for Medical Progress, StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer jokes about how their customers don’t like it when they send whole fetal baby parts through the mail because their lab techs “freak out”.